NJ.com today published a piece titled "Sex, harassment and abuse: An Inside Look at the Dark Side of New Jersey Restaurants."
The story paints an overview on what some restaurant servers -- 70 percent of which are female -- are forced to endure on a daily basis from chefs and owners. The story details allegations at a steakhouse and a diner. Restaurant workers also withstand abuse from customers. The story mentions that common complaints include customers grabbing servers between the legs and kitchen staffers forcing women to flash their chests before relaying food, and managers suggesting that waitresses show more cleavage to increase tips.